The Minnesota Vikings have had a long week to prepare for their preseason home opener, the first Vikings football to ever be played in U.S. Bank Stadium, but it hasn’t exactly been an uneventful week.

Mike Zimmer’s moods have combined with injury reports to make an otherwise ho-hum week quite interesting. But, we’re almost back to some actual football being played, which will then be followed by some roster shaping in the form of cuts.

Today, we take a look around the web in search of the best Vikings content for you all to consume. Click the links, read the reads, and tell ’em who sent ya:

  • The incredibly in tune Daniel House has made a 53-man roster prediction over at Vikings Corner.
  • It is too early to be judging Laquon Treadwell after just two preseason games as a pro.
  • Our own Brett Anderson has quietly been putting together some shirts that are now for sale. Keep an eye out for additions in the very near future.
  • The Vikings preseason rushing attack may actually be a bigger concern than their run defense.
  • U.S. Bank Stadium’s debut has combined with high expectations to make Vikings tickets among the most expensive in the league.
  • Draft Season brings you another 53-man projection to digest while waiting for game day.
  • A look at the NFC North team performances from Week Two of the preseason.
  • Jayron Kearse is starting to earn some serious respect from those paying attention in preseason.
  • Trae Waynes and his ability to progress will be a key to the Vikings secondary earning an “elite” reputation.
  • Another breakdown of those four beautiful sacks against Seattle.
  • Teddy Bridgewater says he feels good and plans to play on Sunday.
  • Eric Kendricks hopes he can make quicker reads and get to the ball faster in his second season.
  • Letroy Guion seems to have cleared up his personal life and the former Vikings looks to make a big impact for the Packers this year.
  • Norv Turner doesn’t think Adrian Peterson has shown any signs of slowing down.
  • The Vikings are expected to announce soon that their entire season’s worth of tickets have been sold out.
  • Want to see a 31 year old Ray Edwards give the old boxing thing another go in Minnesota? You can!
  • Despite recent injury concerns, a silver lining is that none have yet to cost a player their season (unless you count Loadholt).